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... starred at just as much if not more than the animals. After the zoo our driver asked us if we would like to go to the art exibition and we thought why not. I do not really enjoy amature art especially if I think I could do it so it was not a highlight for me. The theme was tribal so it fitted in with the day and I think Kirsty enjoyed it. He asked if we wanted to go anywhere else and I know that Bhopal boasts one of the biggests mosques in India which is also an impressive piece ...
... little courtyard, and (excellent) meals eaten with the family.
The children living on the farm were great to watch and be with; they didn't have much in the way of toys, but always had great fun inventing their own toys and games. One day two young boys spent a long time fashioning a sled out of some old tin, some rope and a few sticks, with go-faster branches and twigs tied on for decoration; onto ...
... and to go to the monuments when the weather cools down a bit. Ambience of the resort was fantastic , good parking place, zones for kids to play and decent service.
Traveller Tip : There is another resort maintained by MP tourism just ahead of this, enroute to the monuments, which is pure vegeterian. We being vegeterians would have preferred to have our lunch there had we been aware.
After a heavy lunch and an hour of rest, we decided ...
Neither of us had heard of Bhopal, before the railway network of India thrust the city of lakes into our path as a major hub on the network. It was our key to move north into Delhi and beyond and Lonely Planet was encouraging about what it has to offer. So we checked into the Hotel Sonali Regency for three nights and went exploring. On the first day we started off searching for a pharmacy for Laura to get some follow-up ...
After an overnight train journey from Mumbai, we arrived in Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. To westerners, Bhopal is most well known for the 1984 gas disaster in 1984, the largest industrial disaster of all time. Hardly what drew us to Bhopal, however our guidebook decribed the city as a ‘picturesque lakeside city’?! Clearly the author of Lonely Planet has some severe visual impairment or has never actually been to Bhopal! We got off the train and ...